Cute DIY Kids Folding Stools

Everybody knows that it is hard to make a kid sit on a chair for a while. It is almost impossible as he or she is so full of energy and wants to play all the time. Still, if you decided to make him or her sit for a moment, you would definitely think of a trick. It is the only way to make him or her do it your way. Some of the tricks may be related to an attractive place, seat or some interesting activities that he or she may like.

Kids love playgrounds, colorful and playful pieces of furniture or watch some cartoons draw or play something. If you think that summer is near and most of the time you may spend in your garden, courtyard or somewhere in the open air, then some cute DIY Kids Folding Stools may be perfect for your agitated kids. The nice thing about this project is that you can create your own folding stools, the way you want to and decorate the way you choose. You may even ask your kids to decorate them as they like it.For this interesting and nice DIY project you may need some materials like: a cordless drill, a sewing machine, some grit-sandpaper, some screws, bolts, nuts, washers, some paint and some canvas.

Thus you will be able to design some lovely kid-sized seats that can be made of pine and poplar dowel. For the paint, you may choose any color that you want and the canvas can be decorated by you or your kids using different patterns.{found on lowescreativeideas}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on May 16th, 2012


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